about 1911, Chivers
(T. H. Chivers
, 1911). JI. Double. Color Class 6.
| From The United States Nursery Co. catalog 1914: Kumo-no-uye — Double, splendid form, richest velvety blue, suffused lightly with royal purple, brilliant yellow throat.
| From Farr's catalog, 1918: Six large frilled petals; deep indigo-blue shaded purple. 25¢.
Above The Clouds, Kumonone, Kumouye, Kumowye.
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